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THE HOTHAM COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874
TIHE IEOTI-AM COUNCIL. Owing to tihe absence of theo Amayor (who did not put in an appearameo, for tho very suflllcient reason that hoe was on hap •iucss bent--getting married), Councillor , 'arroll occupied the chair at the last mo sating of the IIotham Counoil. \Vhat mt n sourco of gratifietilon to Councillor C'art oil was gall and wormwood to Coun. "illop Lnurcn:i. If Councilat YLaurcns rose `object tho chairman rule& him out of orde r If the chlairman ventured an o Councillor Laroims ridiculed it, so tl 't ie h ninun,;mment provided for tho burgesseo was of anm unusul charactor, which lost nol of itsl piquany onl ac count. of th, o display ofvirtuous mldigmn ioau on u t, part of Councillor Laurens, when Councillor' Whitoii istod on making an amendmont to Councillor Clarko's motion.
THE PAVEMENT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874
'ITHE PAVErENT QUESTION. t Sir-I fully concur with the views ex pressed in your editorial of last week, in I which you say that " the questions for L the ratepayers seriously to consider may t be. put thus : 1st. Is it desirable to i place the local treasury in' funds to the i extcnt of £2,00 for further improvements o in various parts of the borough? 2nd. Is the demand for half the cost of pavement C a fair and legitimate one, and would it be I conducive to the .prosperity of Hotham that the ratepayers affected should be made to pay their share of the paving ?" Now,:with respect to the first issue of the desirability of enriching the borough treasury to the amount of over £2,000, I "think there can:bo no diversity of opinio n, seeing that the borough is in a state of bankruptcy, the borough funds at the present moment being over drawn to the extent of £1,300, and the Council are I thoroughly paralysed for want of funds to 1 oary on tle necessary works of the borough. The 2nd issue,...
HALF THE COST OF PAVING FOOTPATHS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874
HALF TIIE COST OF PAVING FOOTPATHS. •Sir-In reply to " Fairplay all Round,'" I wisl to state that on the side of those who for tho sake of " fair play all round'" if for no other reason, press to the ut niost of their'ability for the collection of the balance of the money due by owners for pavement, there is no such thing as party feoling actuating them. They are simply endeavoring to got the payment from all, without the slightest regard as to what party, ward, or street, such in. debted person may belong. Further also that as " Fairplay all Round" thinks that half the cost of kerbing should also be paid by owners, those who desire that the balance of the pavement money should be paid, will not oppose the payment of half the cost of kerbing, if it is done on the prinecplo of " fairplay all round." It is, in fact, the very principle for which they are fighting. Some £300 or £400 having, already been paid by some ninety properties for pavement out of the loan, they simply wish the ba...
HOTHAM POST OFFICE. TIME OF CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874
.10,5 a )Via. j .4Fprm. 9 5;: T/ IMI or LOaUL DEaIVB. 8.30 a.m. ; 1-p.m. 1 ; p.m. Money orders are issued at this office, and the uaant fauilties.aro. sffpr(ed to dopositore in the Savings' Bahkl l l ' &lt;j ' OAI(LTON POST OFFICE AND.SAVINGS' Mails are despatched from this o?ico at 6.40 am:arriving at Melbourno at 7.44 a.m 9.55 g.m; ,, 10.54 n.m 4.40 p.m" ,-,- , 5 . .4 40 p.m. fheydos are issaued at this office, and the usuai factilitieb are alTorded to dopbsitosreI of the Savinge"'Blinnk: '"'
AGENTS FOR THE "ADVERTISER" [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874
AGENTS'FOR TIIE A,,:DAVB TISj .a, Hothamun: Mr. E Lyons, 27 Queeuaborry sat. Carlton: MLro:J. Calandcr 6 Eizeabot street, :,Mr; 'Gregory; Lygon atreet. ,,i :.~ ! .- Brunswick Mr. Eckermall; Sydney road.; Coburig: Mr.,Turnham. Sydney, road. yT - ilollngwood MMrs IcMluollin, 104 ?Gertrudo Sstreet: ZMat Collingwood ::;Mr. .W.)T. . Capper, 130 Welliugtou street,,,, Fitzroy: Mrsm Woodruff Brnnasvicketsreet! IEltham : Mr. Andrew -'n - r Hidelberg and Mphugton: :1MIr pYKee1te. S
Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874
Letters to the Editor. 7'The Editor does not identify himself with' the opinionof correspondents, nor undertake to return or hohl himself responsible for the' safety of an communication. JrC? orrespondence and paragraphs of local interest kindly furnishei d by readers shoul be b ritten on .one side'of the paper only,: anod ie forwarded as early in the week ad pdssible; ilddressed to the " Editor." T, All letters must be acconpauiedh by the real ?unme antd address of the writer--not for, publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. i Corresjbndents 'would oblige us, and save theiiiiselie disappoaiutneidt iand annioyoance, by sending in their contributions before Thursday.
Police. HOTHAM COURT. FRIDAY, 26TH JUNE. (Before Mr. Clarke, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874
Police, -- b IIOTIIAM COURT. p F. FnID., 2Ta n JUNE. (Beforo Mr. Clarke, J.P.) tl A SUNnUon DEIron.- A child of a John Campbell's has been for some time b past in the Industrial School, to which d Institution he was ordered by the Emerald ft Hill bench to contribute a certain weekly of sum for the junior Campbell's mointen- g anco'thercat. Thoeorder had been treated tl with indifference, and the pareht being p caught in IIotham, he was sent up to tell tl the justices at Emerald H1ill why he fc doesn't pay. u THaun JOLLY .DOGS. - William Dale b was one. He got glorious on Thursday cc night and was produced in, court on a Friday to' be admonishdd by Mr. Clarke. p William O'Connor offended in the same I way on. Friday, and was fined by Mr. ft Laurens, to the extent of a crowln on p Saturday, while his fellow drinkist, W. p McLean, was lot off with a caution, dis- I bursing only the solitary tenpence he tc possessed for the part-hiro of the cab re- o quired to bring him to he watchhouse...
THE WHOLESALE VEGETABLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874
TIHE WHOLESALE VEGETABLE MARKET. Wo understand that the compensation has beeoon fixed by the' City Corporation for removing the drill shed in Victoria street. The' amount which the volunteer authorities will rcceivei s stated to beo a omo thing between £200 and £300. It is also stated that the corporation, in order to overcome the difficulty created :by one of the trustc's:: of the old cometry, in refusing to sign the dood convoying a portion of tho unused burial ground' for mirkot purposes, will possibly ask the authority of ,parliament to dispense with the necessity of obtaining the assent of the refractory trutee.
THE RESULT OF CARELESS DRIVING. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874
TIHE IRESULT OF CAREL ESS' DR I IVING.' '?r.: S.J. Wessdn, a -rocer:,livinog in Weston street, 'Bruuswock, was sued' in the Cosinty Court on Thursday, by Roger Flalierty, a carter, for £1,000, damages, caused through the negligent driving of. the defendant's son, a boy 10 years old. Some time ago Flahorty was in Cameron ptreet, Brunswick, driving a horse in a cart loaded with over two tons' of stone,. whenl the :defendant's son came along the same street, and, as was alleged,ithrough careless driving, ran the wheel of a spring cart he was driving against the plaintiff, and jammed him up between the spring cart and his own cart, in consequence of which plaintiff's'spine was injured, and he became unable to work. It was also con. sidred that he 'would never be able to work again at the occupation he had followed. His 'Ionour Judge Cope. after hearing a good deal of evidence, said he considered that the accident arose from the incompetent driving of the defendant's son; and that the fa...
THE MEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874
THE MEAT MARKET. We understand that a serious misunder- standing exists between the stall occupiers and the City Corporation. It appears that the rent of stalls has been largely increased without any fixity of tenure being offered; the consequence is that the butchers have intimated their intention of vacating the Meat Market altogether, unless more liberal terms prevail.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874
. lraplwc, eetc.:,.., 652 ER ROL B TRE:ET OPENI t G OF NE W DRAPERY :ESTABLISSHMENT. E. SNELLGROVE ?eg to stae that 'he I now ehowshowng : LAr AND.VARIED, STOCK, S Compresing- . Manchester Goods; 0fothilnif Hato, apes, ti. :Shirts. N.B. -The STOCK which is ENTIREL EW will be found well acsorted. All, Oods Marked at the Lowest CASH" PRaICES Is PlainFigures, from wich NO AiiATB E5IT can be made. illinary' and resemaki Exeouted upon the Preoinee in the ,LATEST PSIfIONS w country' Orders punctially at tended to. otes the Address s52 ERRO LSTREET, G REAT CLEAJRING Si BANKRUPT STOCK, &c. GEO. CRAIBG 65 and i 67: .... Bourke . Street East, Begs to announce that in addition to his own WINTER STOCK; which he will offer at COST PR I E, he will show, N SAT VT RD A YI N E e T ,. and following days, a portion of BANKRUPT STOCK., 'seared by his' lone' Buyer under most favorable circamstances. INSPECTION. IS RESPEiTFULLY, * INVITED. The BANLKRUPT STOCK co ibts ofil SLACK. AND COLORED SILKS...
Tales, Sketches, &c. "WELL DONE!" I. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874
Tales, Sketches, &c. , WELLI .ONE .. Jest whore one of our beautiful western rivers widens to the ses, nestles the little ( tieher.hamilet of Ferrybank : its low, that chod cottages clustered on the rugged t beach, and dotted here and there upon the t noble cliffs, which riso-br lliant in sum. mer.timo with furze and broom and heather. On the other aide of the river, the quiet end 1 plturecque watering-places of Llauvriary t lien cool and white anoung the rich, warm blosnoms on the hill-aide, and nbtweon the hamlet anid the town plies thn, little ferry. oeat which gives the little village its name. t tIet the trusn littelo sailing vessel is rarel nued ; for t eat half iets time it loeans i utter idleness tinder the forrymann's cottage, while the waters lave it softly astthey pane, and laugh that they are elose upon tihe ea at ltst. But tile fishing boats at Ferrybauk have I no such holiday. \Vnen they rest they do it in a very uncertain manner, standing ready for action, tho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874
Publications. f711E " D V EiT'1' I S E ." 1 CIRCULATING IN IIOTHAnI, . WEST MEILBOURNE,:. . BRUNSWICK, COBURG, . HEIDELBERG, ELTHA , ' CAiMPIBELLFIELD, PRESTON, SMORA.NG,' Published every Tfeeck. This Journal contatns the full ".J inerun oF, LOCAL CpOOiCOSI ErET; Gi 5 POIrc Cote in JaiODIUGOTS;f ConnosotENzicc PC:", & . 'A POPULA:R STO.R'Y i : Will be' given each week,- besideso other Useful and Interesting Matter. The price of the paper is is. per quarter or. 4s. per year, delivered, payableo in advanice. SINGLE .COPIES-ONE PENNY. ' All comiunications intended for insertion must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer, and should be sent to the office not later than Wednesday, at twelve o'clock. ADVERTISEMENTS. Per inch .. .' ... 3s. 'Standing notices, as per agreement. , . Tunits---CAr. Adveiti'aments'received for each issue up to one o'clock 'on the lday previous to publi. cation.' -Each advertisement should bear upon the manuscript the number of insertions...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874
tiloc -i__ur1'Jt 6'- 5 snit I"AUSTRAL.TANr OCHAlLTIRREI BAN -''QUEElNSBERRY ahd:,LEVESO?;IWI?T ,| ..,,:.t:li :J .u Hl:OTHAM.: i >0 , ii: - "'Thi· BinkE is opoei fer Generl. Banking aBuseinee, the: keeping bf Cornrit Acnountp, t' tbh':Graatin;of Cae'nCiedite,.thmrecrgipt of Mone or Dopeita: on TD ,laaandy? fdobr Podr'eiinonhth, ei;i4 r cent, i `i "fir mlve knonthe. 5 per 'aent.:1 . t': h sDieoount fl Local ,Bills, the Negou.t tion of Bills ofE?Eiohango in England, the Asetrrlaln Coloniee?,rand oth r-part.atthe world. .. Drafts Isaded n En gland, Irelanod, Soot: le ad and SeanFranlseon at Current lantes. WILLIAML CLARKS; r THE/N TI AL BA 'I'OF AUSTRIA . LASIA. '- t 1:t; ,I ? ?.ot~nbm'Branch Interest allowed on Flied Dlopeits:7 5 per cent; j '?,fiiuin for 12 months. 4i ,. J ,, or' . o " mfr onths. Rills discounted at urrent ratcs. ' :Drafts issned on branchee and aggnole in the colonles And United Kingdom.ni- . I ., LE W. LIGHTFOOT, Manager. S!EGLISH, SCOTTISHI.AND- AUSTitA ' ".L " ...
Football Notes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874
F?ootball -Totes. fy SnaneIionE . Saturday last was the finest day' we have been blessed with for some consider able time, and was just such a dayas your true footballer delights in. In our north. ern district the great attraction was un. doubtedly the" matchl between the first twenties of the Carlton and North Mel bourne clubs. As the former had beaten every club they had played with during the season,.it',was confidently 'expected that Carlton would win with two or three goalsto;spare. In this belief I concurred, as thoso who road my notes in the last issue of this paper are aware. Every effort was madeoto secure" the best team available to represent the newly fledged seniors, and arattling team was selected on paper. When the day arrived, how ever, throe of thode selected, viz;--Healoy, Roper, and Thurgarland, failed to turn up, and emergency men had to be taken on in their stoad. The Carlton likewise did not turn out their best team, two of thso'piboked beitlg absent:. Shortly a...
Local Melange. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874
Local Melange. The proceeds of the entertainment held at the Now Temperance Hall,.IHotham, entitled a " Nicht.wi' Burns,'' atter de ducting all necessary expenses, amounted to £13, which was handed. overuto the Burns' relief fund. ' The prisoner Harris, alias Dormoody, who assaulted one of the warders at tilhe Pentridgeo Stockade, on being removed to thebB division commenced' to break his cell furniture, and" in a 'ow minutes the whole was entirely doatroyed. To"pro 'vent'him from doing further mischief a straight jacket was procured, but as soon as Harris was informed that it. would be laced.on him, le promised to behave himself for the remainder of his time while in solitary confinement. The: residents of Heidelberg hare guaranteed the sum of £181 as a reward for such information as will lend, to the conviction of the person who set fire to Mr. Studley's hay stack on the evening of the .18th ult. The guaranteec and the names of the subscribers 'have been for warded to the Chief Se...
Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, 29TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874
SBorough Councils.. IOTHAM COUNCIL. SMosnDAY, 29Trr JUxE. , ' I Presont-Councillors Carroll (who,in the absence of the Mayor occupied the chair), Clarke, Caine, Laurons, White and Paton. SCOIsIESPlONDENCB. - Soveral letters wore received from the oflices of Lands and Survey and the Cen tral Board of Health, in reference to the deposit of nightsoil on the Model Farm. The Secretary of 'Lands informed the Council that tho soil could not be allowed to be deposited on any of the Government reserves. From tlie Secretary of the Shiro of Braybrook, refusing to allow the soil to be deposited within that locality. From the Town Clerk, Melbourne, on closing copies of report of the Conference Committee on the MIctropolitan Board of Works, intimating that the next meeting, would be held on the 2nd inst. The Mayor, Councillors Laurens, Carroll and White were appointed to attend on the part of Council. . From Mrs. Bridget Shanahan, calling attention to the neglected state of the fcotpaths in Capel...
LIST OF MATCHES FOR ENSUING SEASON. CARLTON IMPERIAL F. C., 2ND TWENTY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874
LIST OF MATCHES FOR ENSUING SEASON. CARLTON IMPERIAL F. C., 2ND TWENTY. July 4-Vacant. July 11-Vacant. July 18-South Park (2nd 20) at South Park. July 25-Stanley, at University Paddock. Aug. 1-Albert at University Paddock. Aug. 8-Vacant. Aug. 15-Albert; Park (2nd 20) at University Paddock. Aug. 22-Stanley at Military Reserve. Aug. 29-Vaucluse at University Paddock. Sept. 5-West Melbourne at University Pad- dock. Sept. 12-Alma at University Paddock. Sept. 10-Star of' Richmond at University Paddock. &nbsp; &nbsp; Sept. 26-Vaucluse at Richmond Paddock. Oct. 3-Albert Park at Richmond Paddock. Oct. 10-Vacant. Oct. 17-Vacant. BRUNSWICK F.C. &nbsp; &nbsp; July 4--Essondon at Brunswick. July 11--Williamstown at Brunswick. July 1S-Clifton at Brunswick. July 25--est Melbourne at Royal Park. Aug. 1-Carlton Imperial at University Pad. dock.. Aug. 8--Ilwthorn at Brunswick. Aug. 15-Northern at Dights'.Paddolck. Aug. 22-Southern at Fawkner Park. Aug. 29-Williamstown...